Repetitive strain injury (sometimes called RSI) is caused when the sufferer carries out certain tasks over and over again or holds a part of their body in a sustained or awkward position. Repetitive strain injury can include symptoms of pain, weakness and not being able to maintain a movement for a long time. If you are suffering from a repetitive strain injury that was not your fault you may start to think about claiming compensation.
This is called repetitive strain injury compensation. As well as trying to cope with the physical symptoms of the injury and the hospital visits to receive treatment, there are often financial worries to contend with. Many people, however, are not sure how they should go about making a claim.
At times like this, Accident Advice Helpline, an established law firm, can help you. Accident Advice Helpline has been helping people just like you to claim for repetitive strain injury compensation for over 15 years’. We are fully endorsed by consumer champion Dame Esther Rantzen and you can contact us at a time that is most convenient for you, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Many people who are considering making a claim ask the following questions.
FAQs – repetitive strain injury compensation
Is it too late for me to make a repetitive strain injury compensation claim?
You can claim up to three years after it occurred. So don’t worry if you have not made a claim straight away.Open Claim Calculator
What will happen when I ring Accident Advice Helpline?
You will be able to take the unique 30-second test which will work out whether your claim is likely to be successful. The friendly advice-line operatives will guide you through it. If you do not wish to continue with the claim you do not have to as this advice is free of charge and without obligation.
Will I have to pay any money up front?
Accident Advice Helpline has many solicitors, all of whom work on a no-win, no-fee* basis, so you don’t have to worry about expensive legal costs if your claim is not successful. There is no up-front payment required.
How much money do you get for repetitive strain injury compensation?
The exact amount of compensation that you will get cannot be guaranteed because each case is different and is assessed individually. The amount of time that it takes to pursue the claim also varies. You can rest assured that the solicitors working for Accident Advice Helpline will work very hard to achieve a successful claim for you.
Will I have to make lots of visits to lawyers and doctors?
Many claims can be handled over the telephone and very few cases actually appear in court. You may need to attend one appointment with a local doctor for a medical assessment.
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